Rebecca Fox

Meeting on Fish and Game row

Meeting on Fish and Game row

The deteriorating relationship between the New Zealand Fish and Game Council and the Otago Fish and Game Council will be discussed at a meeting of the Otago group tomorrow.

Bridge team deals to Aussies

Bridge team deals to Aussies

A test match against Australia is no easy matter whatever the sport - as Otago's youth bridge team found out recently.

Strong winds fan fire

Extremely strong winds fanned a controlled burn on Lake Ohau Station on Saturday, carrying ash and sparks about 500m away.

Snow to low levels possible

Temperatures plum- meted yesterday as a southerly moved over Otago and the region was again warned snow could fall to low levels.

Rowers attacked by sea lion

Rowers attacked by sea lion

It was panic stations on a University of Otago rowing boat in Otago Harbour early yesterday after a run-in with a sea lion left it taking on water.

Tree-planting campaign aims to feed kereru

An initiative to help encourage people to plant trees to support Dunedin's growing kereru population is being launched today.

Volunteer to organise eDay

A Dunedin woman has volunteered to organise the free computer recycling event, eDay, in Dunedin, saving the city from missing out on the opportunity.

Fundraiser will celebrate return of kiwi

A young Dunedin business which believes in supporting its community is organising a charity gala to raise money to support the relocation of kiwi to Orokonui Ecosanctuary.

Fresh face for Rhododendron Festival

Fresh face for Rhododendron Festival

Human giant ladybirds, surprise harpists and adventure will all be part of a "massive makeover" of one of the oldest events of Dunedin's Rhododendron Festival.

Hen carcasses `absolutely last batch'

More hen carcasses arrived on a Palmerston area farm yesterday to be composted, despite Mainland Poultry saying last week it had ended the practice.